Responses to PAC mailer
You have probably received a mailer from a PAC that obviously supports my opponent in our upcoming election for Southlake City Council, and which misrepresents my voting record on the Planning & Zoning Commission and my positions on multiple issues. Here are the facts and the truth:
#1 MY MOTION TO DENY THE KROGER TOWN & COUNTRY APPLICATION AT THE NOV. 20, 2014 PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION MEETING
I made the MOTION TO DENY the Kroger application at our Nov. 20, 2014 Planning & Zoning Commission meeting, and I VOTED TO DENY the Kroger application. A 1 minute video clip of my MOTION TO DENY and VOTE TO DENY is attached. A video of the entire meeting, and the minutes from that meeting, are available at the City of Southlake’s website.
#2 MY VOTE AGAINST MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENCES IN SOUTHLAKE TOWN SQUARE AT THE AUGUST 22, 2013 PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION MEETING
At the August 22, 2013 Planning & Zoning Commission meeting, I voted AGAINST the application for a permit for the multi-family high density residences in Town Square. A video clip of the vote is attached. The video of the entire meeting, and the minutes of the Aug. 22, 2013 meeting, are available at the City of Southlake website (see agenda item #6, case ZA13-054).
#3 NO EXPANSION OF CONTINENTAL BLVD.
Again contrary to the mailer from my opponent’s PAC, I have not advocated or proposed to expand Continental Blvd., as it runs along (1) our neighborhood (the Hills of Monticello), (2) Carroll Elementary School (where 2 of my children go to school), and (3) Old Union Elementary School. Not only have I not proposed to expand Continental Blvd., the City of Southlake does not have any plans to expand Continental Blvd. My opponent, a 30 year career city politician, should know what Southlake has planned and not planned.
PLEASE share and forward this information to your Southlake neighbors and friends. EARLY VOTING starts on Monday April 27 at Town Hall. THANK YOU!